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Table 4 Odds of triple negative breast cancer by age and census tract ICE-Race, -Income, and -Race/Income, stratified by race

From: Racial disparities in triple negative breast cancer: toward a causal architecture approach

  Breast cancer patients
(Black N = 776, White N = 2540)
Black patients,
multivariate AOR, 95% CI
White patients,
multivariate AOR, 95% CI
Model 1: Age and ICE-Race
Age at diagnosisa 0.89 (0.83, 0.95)** 0.97 (0.92, 1.01)
Census tract ICE-Race (ref = Q5)
 Q1 (most disadvantaged) 2.90 (0.98, 12.42) 2.53 (1.49, 4.22)**
 Q2 2.40 (0.80, 10.40) 1.62 (1.07, 2.45)*
 Q3 2.78 (0.91, 12.12) 1.40 (0.94, 2.08)
 Q4 2.63 (0.78, 12.15) 1.71 (1.17, 2.52)*
Model 2: Age and ICE-Income
Age at diagnosisa 0.89 (0.83, 0.95)** 0.96 (0.92, 1.01)
Census tract ICE–Income (ref = Q5)
 Q1 (most disadvantaged) 1.50 (0.85, 2.76) 1.25 (0.76, 2.01)
 Q2 1.22 (0.67, 2.28) 1.52 (1.05, 2.20)*
 Q3 1.76 (0.88, 3.56) 0.94 (0.63, 1.39)
 Q4 1.44 (0.78, 2.72) 1.27 (0.91, 1.77)
Model 3: Age and ICE-Race/Income
Age at diagnosisa 0.89 (0.83, 0.95)** 0.97 (0.92, 1.01)
Census tract ICE-Race/Rncome (ref = Q5)
 Q1 (most disadvantaged) 1.81 (0.84, 4.34) 1.25 (0.70, 2.15)
 Q2 1.84 (0.85, 4.47) 1.30 (0.91, 1.87)
 Q3 1.68 (0.69, 4.40) 1.02 (0.71, 1.45)
 Q4 1.83 (0.81, 4.57) 0.89 (0.63, 1.27)
  1. aAORs correspond to 5-year increases in age
  2. *Significant at p < 0.05
  3. **Significant at p < 0.001